Actors Daveed Diggs and Emmy Raver-Lampman. revealed they’re expecting their first baby together! In a series of sweet pictures on Instagram Tuesday, the 41-year-old and mommy-to-be laugh and kiss while she cradles her bump.
“We can’t wait to meet you ❤️,” they wrote in the caption of the joint post.
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The soon-to-be parents met in 2015 when they were both a part of Hamilton’s first Broadway cast, People reported. Diggs played Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson, and Raver-Lampman was part of the ensemble. According to Entertainment Weekly, she went on to play Eliza Schuyler and Angelica Schuyler in touring productions of the show. The two got together romantically a few years after meeting.
The couple’s fellow Hamilton alums and collaborators from other creative ventures flooded the comments with congratulatory messages.
“Freshly braided and twisted…we gon all be alright,” Leslie Odom Jr. commented.
Hamilton maestro Lin-Manuel Miranda replied to the happy news with a GIF of Diggs celebrating and smiling while on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Tom Hopper, who plays Raver-Lampman’s brother on The Umbrella Academy, also commented on the post, writing, “Whaoooo!🥰❤️Let’s go team!”
And Kristen Bell, who starred in Central Park alongside Diggs before Raver-Lampman took over her role, commented, “EXCUSE ME🔥🔥🔥🔥 so happy for u guys!!!!”
While the couple tends to keep their relationship under wraps, they’ve given fans a quick look into their personal lives on social media and have attended several red carpets together over the years, according to People.
Raver-Lampman and Diggs broke their norm in March 2021 when they appeared on the cover of Architectural Digest together, highlighting both the couple and their Mandy Cheng-designed Southern California home.
“This may be our first house together, but I already see us and our families and our community and our passions everywhere I look,” Raver-Lampman told the magazine.
Diggs jumped in, explaining, “Having a home like this definitely makes it harder to be away. Now I really understand what it means to miss home because there is really no other place I want to be.”